Image by Roberto Ortiz
Rain and cooler temps stall mural completion – Updated November 9, 2021
Artist Manny Ramirez and volunteers from Nashua West Rotary have begun preparing the wall at 268 Main Street for Rotary’s 50th Anniversary mural; however, a week of rain and now cold temperatures have interfered with Manny’s ability to complete the mural this fall.
The colorful background is a placeholder for what’s to come this spring. Have you been following the progress? Check out a sneak peek of the final design below (shhhhhhh… it’s a surprise)!
In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Nashua West Rotary has commissioned Positive Street Art to create a downtown mural showcasing the Service Above Self mission of Rotary International. Our solid brick wall at 268 Main Street (The Doorway) has been selected and approved as the ideal location to welcome people coming into downtown Nashua.
Work is expected to commence in mid-October, and should take up to three weeks to complete, based on the weather. If you’re out-and-about, please check out the progress on the corner of Main and Bowers Street and say hello to PSA’s Artist in Residence, Manny Ramirez. Manny is the creative talent behind many of downtown Nashua’s murals and is featured on the cover of the first issue of 603 Diversity magazine this month!